With Opening Day just several days away, we assess the top stories of San Diego Padres spring training and look forward to regular season play.
Want more news first thing in the day? Sign up for the Yardbarker Morning Bark newsletter here.Good morning and welcome to the YB Box Score, what we're reading while taking up sculpting on the side.A h
Here we are, a year after the first round of Jabari Blashmania, largely fueled by me. Last year we saw Blash hit bombs in Spring Training, capped off by a home run that went about 500 feet in Mexico City at 7,300 foot elevation. Blash made the Opening Day roster and was promptly kept on…
Having a good or bad spring training isn't necessarily a sign of things to come. Spring training is, after all, little more than a tune-up.
Baseball is wacky and generally unpredictable, but we can already say that we have a pretty good idea of how things will go for several MLB teams this year.We already know that, barring catastrophic in
In Little League, it's extremely common for the best player on the team to be the ace of the pitching staff while also excelling in the field when he's not on the mound. That typically ends as players
The Padres will add shortstop Erick Aybar to their roster, per Dennis Lin of the San Diego Union-Tribune (via Twitter). The expectation is that Aybar will be the team's regular at short to open the season.
How is the bullpen shaping up for the San Diego Padres? We break down the club's relief options as Opening Day approaches.
Former MLB pitcher Anthony Reyes enjoyed a relatively short career, playing for two teams from 2005-2009 and compiling a record of 13-26. Now, he has dedicated himself to helping his community stay saf
In a new recurring trend, Marver dropped the ball last week AGAIN in getting out the hot, new weekly digest: This Week In Padres Twitter. It's clear that Marver doesn't recognize the prestige of the weekly Jaggy Award for best tweet of the week. Hopefully we can all shame Marver into focusing less time on…